The Spanish brand, leading manufacturer of brake components for motorbikes and bicycles, will celebrate its 70th anniversary in hall 24, stand N76, at the EICMA international motorcycle show in Milan from 8 to 13 November.

November 2022 marks exactly 70 years since the creation of GALFER in 1952, when Maffio Milesi founded the company in Barcelona. And this milestone coincides with the popular annual EICMA trade show in Milan (Italy).

As usual, Galfer’s presence at the event will be an opportunity to present all the new products in its range to two-wheel fans, and to celebrate with its riders the triumphs achieved in various disciplines during the racing season. This year will also offer an opportunity to celebrate the 70th anniversary in the company of the great Galfer family, made up of friends, employees, customers and past and present riders who have contributed to the major success and growth of the brand over the years, with an anniversary party on Thursday 10 November at the Galfer stand.

Two-wheel enthusiasts will have the chance to admire the latest innovations in the Galfer product range, including the new Racing G1310 sintered brake pads and Floatech® brake discs, both products used by MotoGP and WSBK riders. The exhibition will also feature the rest of the range of brake discs, pads and lines for off-road, trial, road and custom bikes, with the place of honour reserved for the new “Disc Shark®” for mountain bikes. Finally, the Yamaha R-6 show bikes of the Evan Bros. team, the Beta Enduro of the Beta Factory Team and a customised Harley Davidson will also be on display.

GALFER will also organise various activities throughout the trade show, specifically aimed at the ever increasing and enthusiastic audience that visits EICMA every year, including autograph signing sessions, merchandise giveaways and prizes, and events with speakers. The final list of riders, as well as the days and times of the signing sessions, will be announced in the days leading up to the event.

EICMA 2022 will open its doors on Tuesday 8 November and close on Sunday 13 November, with the first two days exclusively for professionals and the other days for the general public.